chevron Canada partially resumes operations in the kaybob duvernay
Calgary, Alberta (May 23, 2023) — Chevron Canada has safely resumed partial operations in the Kaybob Duvernay outside the active fire area; however, we continue to monitor the evolving wildfire situation in Northern Alberta.
Chevron Canada’s primary focus is the safety and well-being of our personnel, the community and emergency responders. Our operational sites within the fire affected zone remain shut-in and operations will resume only when it is safe to do so.
kaybob duvernay operations shut-in due to wildfires
Calgary, Alberta (May 16, 2023) — At approximately 10 p.m. last night, the wildfire situation in Northern Alberta evolved rapidly due to changing weather conditions. Chevron Canada immediately demobilized activities and shut-in all Kaybob Duvernay production.
All personnel have safely left the area and are accounted for.
Chevron Canada remains focused on the safety of our field personnel, our community and emergency responders. We continue to monitor the wildfire situation and will resume operations only when it is safe to do so.
chevron Canada resumes partial operations in kaybob duvernay
CALGARY (May 12, 2023) – Chevron Canada continues to monitor the wildfire situation in Northern Alberta.
We have resumed operations in the Kaybob Duvernay outside of the fire affected area. The safety and well-being of our personnel remains our top priority. Additional precautions are in place to assure safe operations and responsiveness if the situation changes.
We continue to work together with Alberta Forestry to follow their guidance and support ongoing efforts, where possible.
Chevron Canada is grateful for the efforts of all those working to control the situation and is sympathetic to the many people in our communities who have been affected by the wildfires.
update: all chevron Canada personnel accounted for and evacuated from fox creek and immediate area
CALGARY (May 7, 2023) – Chevron Canada continues to respond to the evolving wildfire situation in Northern Alberta.
The safety and well-being of our personnel remains our top priority. All Chevron Canada personnel located near or within the Fox Creek evacuation zone have been safely evacuated and accounted for.
Chevron Canada’s operational sites within the affected zone have been secured.
We continue to work together with Alberta Wildfire and are following their guidance to keep personnel and operations safe.
chevron Canada personnel evacuated from fox creek and surrounding area
CALGARY (May 6, 2023) – At approximately 8:30 a.m. today, an evacuation order was issued for the Town of Fox Creek as the wildfire situation in Northern Alberta continues to evolve.
Chevron Canada has initiated its emergency response procedures. Our top priority is the safety and health of our personnel and the local community.
We are working together with Alberta Wildfire following Alberta Energy Evacuation Guidance to safely account for all Chevron personnel in the town of Fox Creek and surrounding areas.
Chevron Canada has operational sites within the affected zone. All Chevron personnel have been accounted for. We are in the process of evacuating all remaining personnel.
We will provide further details as they become available.